Introduction

PAN-AFRICAN DIASPORA WEB PORTAL 

HERE YOU CAN FIND JOBS AND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

Before I begin, I wish to thank, with all my heart, all the ‘GOD’ loving ‘White Christian People’ of deep religious faith, who sacrificed their lives, and the lives of their ‘sons and daughters,’ to help put an end to the evil transatlantic slave industry. If not for their courage, and dedication, to put an end to this ‘dark’ period in American history, the words “that all men are created equal” would ring hollow in the halls of U.S. history. Therefore, I pray that these early White Christian Americans, the followers of the ‘light’ (An Enlightenment Philosophy) forever rest in peace, and may ‘GOD’ Almighty bless them, and their descents, for all eternity. – Sir William

https://newsone.com/2031761/african-slaves-jamestown/

Once upon a time, there was an industrial energy called ‘Black Gold’ (African Slaves, the Diaspora of African descent), black because of their appearance when they were taken from their continent of Africa, and gold because it made everyone involved in the slave industry rich. Now, fast forward to today. There is another industrial energy called ‘Black Gold’ (crude oil or petroleum), it is black because of its appearance when it comes out of the ground, and gold because it made everyone involved in the oil industry rich.  – Sir William Jackson 

Question: Who are the Diaspora of African Descent?

The above picture depicts the first black slaves (the first diaspora of Africa) from Angola, Southwest Africa to arrive in the harbor of Jamestown, Virginia in 1619, they came in a Dutch warship, who took them from a Portuguese slave ship. In the early 1600’s it was a time of war and empire-building in Southwest Africa; Portuguese traders under the rule of the King of Spain had established a colony in Angola. The exporting of slaves to the Spanish New World was a profitable enterprise. The Portuguese waged war against the Kingdom of Ndongo, and the Kingdom of the Kongo to the north. The Portuguese captured and deported millions of men, women and children. All of them passed through a slave fortress at the port city of Luanda, which is Angola’s capital city today.

So, what happened to the descendants of the people of Africa? Well, they are now called the ‘Diaspora of African Descent,’ and they live all over the world. And the purpose of this African Diaspora Web Portal is to try and motivate them to return to Africa, by providing them one website location where they can find jobs, investments opportunities, and many other benefits on the Continent of Africa, their Motherland.

Today the African Union (AU) defines the Diaspora as;

“Consisting of peoples of African origin and heritage living outside the African Continent, irrespective of their current citizenship and nationality, who remain committed to contributing to the upward growth and development of the African Continent, the African People, the African Union, and the Security and Protection of our Motherland, the great continent of AFRICA.” – African Union

This definition takes in all the people of African descent, who left the continent of Africa either out of their own volition, or as enforced slaves (during both the Arab and European global slave trading industry) who now live across all four corners of the world. Geographically, this large African descent population, with various estimates of between 150-350 million people worldwide, can be found in the USA, Canada, the Caribbean, Central and South America (including Brazil), Eastern and Western Europe, the Middle East, and the Asian-Pacific Rim, and basically, pretty much everywhere on Earth. 

Question: What is the true history of the African Diaspora? 

Answer: It depends on who you ask. But in my opinion, and in the opinion of some of the author’s I quote here in this writing, the African Diaspora is the story of a bloody Holocaust.

The African Holocaust*

60-150 Million Dead

The largest slave trading industry in recorded history was created by Arabian’s and White Europeans during the 1600th, 1700th and 1800th Century. Before it was over, as many as 60 to 150 million African people would be killed, during the creation, development and industrialization of the New World. The key reason for the high death toll was the tidal wave of war and desolation that the slave trade unleashed into the heart of Africa. * http://www.worldfuturefund.org/Reports/Slavedeathtoll/slaverydeathtoll.html

Millions of African people died being marched through the jungle to the East and West coasts of Africa from the interior, as well as in an endless series of wars produced by the demand for new slaves. Millions more would die in captivity in concentration camps at both ends of the sea journey across the Atlantic Ocean, and significant numbers would die due to the appalling conditions on the slave ships, while traveling the infamous Middle Passage (the Atlantic Ocean), that took from one to six months to travel across, depending on weather conditions. Regardless, the incredible financial profits of the white European businesses involved in the slave trade, helped to build the industrial economic foundations of both North, and South America.

The official United Nations (UN) estimate of the number of African’s killed during the transatlantic slave trade is 17 million.However, I disagree because there was no UN keeping accurate records. I would be more inclined to agree with the figure of 60 million African deaths, given all the variables that will be outlined below, including the fact that during this entire period of the slave trading industry, the African population on the continent of Africa “DID NOT” increase for 300 years.

http://www.worldfuturefund.org/Reports/Slavedeathtoll/slaverydeathtoll.html

Some would argue that this non-population growth is because White European’s had advanced medicine and technology, while Africans did not. Yet during this era Asia (that includes China) wasn’t exactly at a sophisticated, technological level either. But their population nearly doubled. I believe, as do the World Future Fund.org (from which I am copying some of their research material), that the stagnation of the African population is a direct byproduct of the transatlantic slave trading industry.

And according to the World Future Fund.org this was not the first time in history that Africans were kidnapped from their homes and enslaved. Europeans and Arabian Muslims engaged in the trafficking of African slaves for centuries before the colonization of the America’s, which is why Egypt is predominately of Arab descent today, and not Black Africans. Yet, the transatlantic slave trade further bled Africa of its people, and its natural resources.

AFRICA’S POPULATION STAGNATES DURING THE TRANSATLANTIC INDUSTRIAL SLAVE TRADE* 

                    1600     1700     1800

Europe       111M    125M   203M (population doubled in 300 years)

Asia            339M    436M   635M (population doubled in 300 years)

Africa         114M    106M   107M (population remained the same for 300 years)

http://www.worldfuturefund.org/Reports/Slavedeathtoll/slaverydeathtoll.html

* (My personal note: Opinions may differ on the agreed number of blacks who died during the slave trade, but these above numbers do not lie. And based on the above numbers, either the blacks in Sub-Saharan Africa stopped having children for three hundred years, not very realistic. Or the black population rate in Africa remained the same due to the high death rate caused by wars fighting to prevent their enslavement, that killed 60-150 million black African people –WJ)

By 1820, nearly four African males, for every one of European descent, had crossed the Atlantic, and four, out of every five females, that traversed the Atlantic were from Africa. No one knows the exact number of African slaves who died in the New World. Yet in the ‘American Holocaust’ (1992), written by author David Stannard, it is estimated that some 30 to 60 million Africans died while being enslaved.

David Stannard also claims there was a 50% mortality rate among new slaves while being gathered and stored in Africa, and another 10% mortality rate in the first “seasoning” phase of slave labor indoctrination. What is seasoning? The first seasoning phase happened immediately once the slaves crossed the Atlantic. Once landed, the slaves then entered “seasoning camps” where the African slaves were tortured for the purpose of “breaking” them (like the practice of breaking horses) which then conditioned slaves to their new lot in life.

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2008/3/25/483725/-

Question: When did the commercial industry of slavery finally stop?

The slave trading industry was ended in the United States by ‘GOD’ loving White Christian American’s of European descent. Yes, there were White Christians who wanted slavery to continue, but there were far more White Christians who wanted slavery stopped. And, they died by the tens of thousands to free the slaves living in the Southern States of America. These White Christian people understood the horror, pain and suffering of the practice of slavery, and they wanted it stopped, and they were willing to go to war, and die to stop it, and they died by the tens of thousands.

Over 600,000 White American’s died in the American Civil War to finally put an end to slavery, and the number of African-American’s, both free and runaway slaves, came forward to volunteer for the Union Army, to also help stop slavery. The African-Americans constituted 10% of the entire Union Army by the end of the war, and nearly 40,000 died over the course of the war. And after the Civil War finally ended, black people were freed, thanks to the bloody sacrifice of thousands of White Christian Americans, who believe “All men are created equal, in the eyes of GOD.”

Question: Where are the Diaspora of African descent now?

Today, according to the African Union (AU), the Diaspora of African descent, no matter where they live in the world, make up the 6th Region of the Continent of Africa. The objective of the African Union is to have all the descendants of African Origin, the African diaspora, come back home to their African Motherland, and help build a “New Africa,” one that will benefit all the people of Africa.

Question: Why does the AU call the Diaspora the 6th Region of Africa?

The African Union defines the African Continent as being divided into six (6) geographical regions – North Africa, South Africa, West Africa, East Africa, Central Africa, and the Diaspora, the so-called 6th Region of Africa. The goal of the AU in the 21st Century, is the creation of a Pan-African Unification. More commonly called the United Countries of Africa, or United States of Africa. 

According to the AU, this is a worldwide intellectual movement that aims to encourage and strengthen bonds of solidarity between all people of African descent… It is based on the belief that unity is vital to economic, social, and political progress and aims to “unify and uplift” all the people of African descent, no matter where they live. * https://www.au.int/web/diaspora-division

This goal requires bringing together all six of the African geographical regions into one entity, the United States of Africa. Therefore, the African Union (AU) now recognizes the African Diaspora as the official ‘6th Region’ of the African continent. *http://auads-nl.org/au-sixth-region/

THE OTHER FIVE REGIONS OF THE AU

African Union (AU) Headquarters Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

P O. Box 3243 Roosvelt Street (old airport area) W21K19 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Telephone: (251)-11551-7700

Telephone: (251)-11551-7844

The African Union Assembly Hall Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Question: What is the Flag of the Africa Union?

The Flag of the African Union

Question: What is the Emblem of the Africa Union?

The Mighty Emblem of The African Union:

The palm leaves shooting up on either side of the outer circle stand for peace.

The gold circle again symbolizes Africa’s wealth and bright future.

The green circle again stands for African hopes and aspirations.
the plain map of Africa without boundaries in the inner circle signifies African unity.

The small interlocking red rings at base of the Emblem stand for African solidarity and the blood shed for Liberation of Africa.

~AU

The National Anthem of the African Union

Let us all unite and celebrate together

The victories won for our liberation

Let us dedicate ourselves to rise together

To defend our liberty and unity

O Sons and Daughters of Africa

Flesh of the Sun and Flesh of the Sky

Let us make Africa the Tree of Life

Let us all unite and sing together

To uphold the bonds that frame our destiny

Let us dedicate ourselves to fight together

For lasting peace and justice on Earth

O Sons and Daughters of Africa

Flesh of the Sun and Flesh of the Sky

Let us make Africa the Tree of Life

Let us all unite and toil together

To give the best we have to Africa

The cradle of mankind and fount of culture

Our pride and hope at break of dawn

O Sons and Daughters of Africa

Flesh of the Sun and Flesh of the Sky

Let us make Africa the Tree of Life

The below three young professional African’s are the future of the African Union, and they have message for you, the DIASPORA of African descent, who live outside of the Motherland, called AFRICA. 

‘No more rappers please, please. No more please, please, please no more rappers. We need some farmers, scientist, nonprofit managers, economist, lawyers, activist, IT professionals, engineers, technicians, electricians, financiers, and business entrepreneurs to come back home to Mother Africa and help us. It’s time to help us build communities and cities, and global industries, not entertainment.

– A Quote from Three Young African Union Professionals

Sir William Jackson

THE AFICAN-AMERICAN DIASPORA WILL FIND JOBS AND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES BELOW

The Sir William Jackson Corporation purposely created this global Web Portal for the African Union, in order to help the African Union motivate the tens of millions of professional black people of African descent, not living in Africa, to consider returning home to their Motherland to help Africa develop its share of the world’s GDP, by helping to control its fiscal strength and political will (stability), with the goal of the African continent becoming a global economic world power in the 21st Century.

The African Union wants the Diaspora to know, that if they can’t find a job in the country of their birth, either because they are “over-qualified,” or because they are “under-qualified,” they can find a good job here on this web portal for the African Continent.

The AU wants you to please consider coming home to Africa. To give Africa a try to make your dreams come true. Time to change what you are doing, and have been doing for so long. Like President Barack Obama, of the United States, said, “Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.”

In my opinion, what do you have to lose? It’s no different than moving from California to New York, or from New York to Texas, or Chicago to Atlanta, your English language is now the dominate language in Sub- Saharan Africa. And for your information, African’s watch the Super Bowl, the NBA Finals, and they have Netflix and HBO on satellite dish too. The list of professional jobs provided here, are FREE to you, and prepared for you by the Sir William Jackson Corporation, all you need to do is put in the effort to make the call to Africa. In fact, some African Companies will pay for your relocation to Africa, after the both of you come to terms of agreement on the conditions of employment. And, the capital investment business opportunities listed here, are also FREE for the taking, but only after you have completed your own risk due-diligence.

VOLUNTARY HELP

The Sir William Jackson Corporation has one request of you, if you benefit from the job or investment information listed on this website, and it’s strictly voluntary on your part, and with no obligation that you are required do it. But, if you are successful in acquiring a job in Africa, from this list, or you are successful in one of these potential business opportunities from this list, we ask that you please contact the African Union (AU) and tell them of your success, and tell them that because of their help, you would like to donate (with no obligation) one percent (1%) of your African Employment Income, or (1%) of your African Business Profit (after Taxes), for just three (3) years to help the AU fund their Operating Expenses, and help develop the African continent. By volunteering this small donation, you will be helping to awaken the true potential of the African People, and the African Continent.